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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE.TEtf TUB LETHBR1DGE DAILY HRRALO TREATY 0- Claims Caaada Has Issued Ulti- matiini London and Wash- Has Earned Place in World, Says Paper. NEW YOHK. March N'ea' York says editorially mora- les: word-mongerbg and I'hrase- making at Washington have spread ln- a contaj'on and of tthe Congress. They .urge us 1o send to once aiid ivllVglYe him assfr.tince. in organizing-a party trip. the Coast settle definitely; the. Gocgress and :the're no change: from the itinerary which -we firat contempia t- Medicine Hat-.on' Jnne-2nd and-vislt Irfth C-algiry, IMmonton and then the'Coast the and'Bup- port are.receiving at tie present timo. there c-an bo no douht oi the auccess'of REGIXA, Enst., March most revolting crime lu the hlsto.-y o? white man in Saskatchewan wss com- mitted betvreeu sis and seven o'clock Friday evening last when (tscar Jal btrt diser.iboweleii his wife. Aibina at west of this city, according to statements made (o Corporal Mortimer. Gravel- bourg detachment, Saskatchewan pro- vlccisl police. The cause of the al- leged murder is said to have been jealousy on tho part of tho husband who Is now held at tho Grsvolbourg barracks pending an Inquest which takes plnce Tuesday evening The firs', reports obtained were to the effect tbat Jalborf .was insane when he- committed tho crime, hut later re- ports deny this, i Jalbert. it is alleged, found hie wife asleep iu bed, aud without a word ot warning he grabbed a pair of scissors and practically disemboweled her. Lhrowtn? tho intestines to the- floor, completed his wort, Jalbert dressed up In his best clothes, walked lo his nearest neighbor and coolly told his story. The neighbor com- tuuuicated with the provincial police and Corporal Mortimer, with a cor- oner from Gravolbourg, went to the scene of the murder. They found Jal- hert attending to his sevon-mouths-old baby, and tho dead body of Mrs. Jal- V1BXNA, Mtrch Associat- ed clashes between PWes and Cwchs la tho-Teschen re- tioa art Mporttd In dispatches receiv- ed here, which that both sides taken the aggresMve at various tlmet, firearms and hand gron- aiw. V. Is Mid a French officer was and a solcller killed when ihe c-Hicer, who was commanding an led dBtachment, trliid to oae party. French and Italian military patrols are attempting to centre1, the situa- tion. NMns hundred Polish soldiers have been moved into Mdltz, north- east 9t Teschen, the advices eay. E Strength of Nationalist Leader !s StesdUy Growing la in Constaatinople DRAVTON ADV1SKS PUHCHASE OF GOODS MADE IN CANADA OTTAWA, March Canad- ian purchases In Canada as tho surest pulltallre for the adverse exchange situation was chief point in an Informal talk on exchange question given by Sir Henry IHayton. minister of finance, to the Canadian PurohF.slng Acents In convention today. Canadian purchasing agents hold tho romedy in their own hands, said Sir Henry, and thoy could apply It by puvchasins goods and materials In Canada wherever possible. Sir Hcury's Informal address, which. von given tt a private luncheon, did not contain any official pronouncement ot government policy on international, eschauge he requested that his speech he not made public. oert on the bed whcrs Jalbect left her after the murder. 50OD BITUMINOUS COAL LOCATED; SASK. MINE OPENS VEIN NailoaB council today ado-plod lution for th'a 'appointment of a mission of 10 uwnlBBra for the., la- Yoctlfatlim of conditions In RUMla. CO.N'STAXTIXOPLE, March 13 Creek. Italian and French forces ol Occupation in Smyrna, Adalia and Adana, Asia Minor, are holding Ihelr own with difficulty against Turkish Nationalist troopt, it is Indicated, in reports received here. The strength of Mustaphi Kemal, Nationalist lead er. is rapidly growing in the interior and advices -state tho Arabs, Kurds and 'other tribes are carrying on a Kuerllla Failure of the French to Diarbekr'ls pointed oat by National- ists as being typical ot the experience any occupying army may encounter. Fifty thousand allied troops are In Constantinople and its vicinity, it is estimated, this force helng sufficient to protect the city, the straits and the of Marmora, with-tho co-opera- tion'of naval units there. Turkish leaders, however, scout the Idea that the allies could send a large punitive expedition into Asia Minor to force their demands. WINNIPEG, March that tho coal vein which Is bclnsl opened at Sask., by the! Farmery Coat Mining Company, j o( a